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If you didn't much care for either of Mitchell's books, I don't really think this one will change your opinion.
Also, although the main character in each story is very distinct and different from the others, there are two strong unifying threads throughout.
For the first time in my life, the second I finished this book, I immediately turned back to the beginning to start reading it again.
Once in awhile you read a book and think to yourself, this is so good that I want to read everything this author has written. That has been my reaction to reading Cloud Atlas. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Luke Unger
Great read. I watched the movie first, then read the book. This is MUCH better than the movie and the movie was awesome.Published 2 days ago by Jake
I'm not sure I fully understand this novel but I enjoyed reading it even though it took me awhile.Published 6 days ago by Beryl small
It can be hard to read at times but it gets much easier as you progress through each section. In one of my top 5 favorite books of all time. Mitchell is truly a literary genius. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Cullen McWhite
Extraordinary, beautifully written and contrived. Mildly engaging.Published 10 days ago by richard elrauch